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A 16th century coaching inn, now fortifying 21st century drivers with very satisfying lunches and a warm, friendly atmosphere.
Enjoy an atmospheric walk on the Downs before relaxing in a dog-friendly pub with an interesting South African feel. It's a very short drive away from the walk.
The trouble with famous towns and thousands of tourists is that it's sometimes hard to find dog-friendly places for refreshments after your walk.
Popular pub stop for walkers and cyclists on the Coast to Coast path, as well as very handy dog-friendly pub for drivers on the A66 near Threlkeld.
The story of the village here has plenty of drama – from sunken villages to ghosts. It is an outstandingly attractive area, and has been featured in the 'Coast' series on TV.
Well-planned and accessible park, with trails running past lakes and random pillboxes left from World War 2. Very friendly and chatty local dog-walkers when we were there.
Beautiful woodland in the shadow of the North Downs and not too far away from a dog-friendly pub.
Easy to find dog walk close to the M20, and opposite the country showground where Paws in the Park takes place.
Traditional Oxfordshire pub with a countryside atmosphere. And a dog walk with lots of fine sniffs and smells.
This is a fabulous dog walk on an ancient track that was once the pre-Roman highway between the Ivinghoe Beacon in Hertfordshire and far away Norfolk.
A leisurely stroll beside a river along a flat path. There is some street walking but as Lostwithiel is a lovely village, this is not a hardship.
Easy-going woodland walk, with history and a tower worthy of Rapunzel. Dogs will love the sniffing and wild scents.